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Q: What is the large 5 digit number without repeating digit?

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Since we want our number to be as large as possible, we have to put the largest digits in the front, in the largest places so they have more value. Therefore, our answer would be 987,654,321.

It is large, very large.

One can easily find the units digit by looking for a pattern. For numbers with large powers, they will have a pattern that keeps repeating like a cycle. Depending on the multiple of the power, the pattern can be compared to find the units digit.

if the last digit is even or 0, a number is divisible by 2!

It is even. A large number (like any other number) is even if the last digit is even.

You best use scientific notation for such large numbers.

A five digit number with 9 is 99999. A number which is 1000 times larger (not 1000 times as large) is 99999000.

It is the large embossed 16 digit number on a credit or debit Visa card.

There is no special category or name for this. Here are some things you can call it:* Huge* A large number* A 33-digit number

Yes. A large number is even if its last digit is even. Since 2 is an even number, and 572 is divisible by 2, it is an even number.

If the last digit doubled subtracted from the rest is a multiple of 7, the whole number is divisible by 7.

A positive number is larger than a negative number. For example, 5 is more than -8. For positive numbers: * The number with more digits is larger. For example, 123 is more than 28. * If two numbers have the same number of digits, compare the first digit. The number with the larger first digit is larger. For example, 207 is more than 128. * If the first digit is the same, compare the second digit. If those are the same, compare the third digit, etc. For example, 2280 is more than 2245. To compare two negative numbers, the number which - without the minus sign - would be SMALLER, is the larger number. For instance, -8 is more than -9.

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